Commited to Your Life-Long Learning with Award-Winning Interprofessional Education
CAMH supports highly skilled professionals who embrace a commitment to continuous learning and to sharing and applying new knowledge. Our continuing education programs are designed to build capacity for mental health care across the entire health-care system. Armed with our specialized tools and knowledge, you can stay on the leading edge of prevention and treatment and, together, we can help deliver better outcomes to patients and their families everywhere.
CAMH’s continuing mental health education courses and events offer family physicians, psychiatrists, psychologists and other health-care providers award-winning interprofessional mental health education through live and online interactive lectures, small group discussions, case reviews and conferences. Courses and events are accredited for family physicians and psychiatrists by the Office of Continuing Education and Professional Development in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto.
CAMH also offers a wide range of online and classroom courses aimed at professionals in all health-related disciplines, including community-based professionals such as police officers, firefighters, teachers, armed forces personnel and counsellors. These courses provides the specialized knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to better handle on-the-job situations involving people with mental health
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Browse our entire selection of certificate programs, webinars and workshops, covering Addictions/Substance Use, Anxiety and Depression, Mood and Personality Disorders, and more.
I have implemented many aspects of my increased knowledge and understanding into my practice. I have found these courses to be a valuable resource to increase services provided to our clients with the confidence that added knowledge and understanding brings.
Continuing Education Participant
Concurrent Disorders Certificate Program
The Concurrent Disorders Certificate Program is designed to help participants gain skills and knowledge to better identify, assess and provide treatment to people with concurrent disorders.
The Opioid Dependence Treatment Certificate Program has been developed to prepare physicians, pharmacists, nurses and counsellors to provide a comprehensive range of services for people with opioid use disorder. All professionals are encouraged to complete the entire certificate program to improve their skills and knowledge in treating opioid use disorder.
This new self-directed online course explores the health needs of adults with developmental disabilities (DD), and the contributing factors that account for disparities in health and health care between adults living with DD and those in the general population.
Formerly known as the Ontario Methadone Prescribers' Conference and coordinated by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario, the Opioid Use Disorder Conference is now lead by CAMH. Topics to be highlighted include treatment approaches, harm reduction strategies, clinical guidelines and new evidence.